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  • Birthday 10/06/1960

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    Lisa Davis
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    Divorced, one adult child
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    Dayton, Ohio
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    since 1970

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  1. Lisa

    Spiral Round Ripple

    That is exactly what I did! I don't have a written pattern for it. Once you get the first round done with all the colors, the spiraling takes care of itself! it was a lot of fun!
  2. I was inspired for this by a 16 point RR I saw on FB. Mine is a 12 point and took about 3.5 ounces each of 12 colors. I didn't measure it before I gave it away but it covers a love seat! So many color combinations going through my head right now!!
  3. I use Lyn's RR pattern when I make the afghan so this is a variation of her pattern - with a split! I made a second one (for my Mom) and wrote the pattern down as I went along this time. All you seasoned round ripplers will have this done in no time!! Materials: 7 oz. White, appx. 4 oz. each Green & Red, appx. 1 1/2 oz. Verigated size K hook Row 1. With Green ch 15, dc into the 3rd ch and across, (13 dc). Row 2. ch 3, 1 dc in same st, 2 dc in each st across (26). Row 3: ch 2, *skip next st, 1 dc-ch 2-1 dc in next st (V-st made). repeat across from * ending with hdc
  4. Thanks everyone for your nice comments! I would be happy to share how I did it. I didn't write it down, I just winged it! I didn't start with a ring. I started with a row of 14 DC, the way where you do the beginning ch at the same time as the stitches. It's stretchier that way and I turned after each row. Row 2 is 2 dc in each stitch (28 dc). Row 3 is the V-st row. The turning is in the valley of the ripple. On row 4 I started to ch 2 instead of 3 at the beginning and the last st was a half double. This was to keep from increasing at each end. I continued on in the pattern we a
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